Organizations

OrganizationDescription
ALERTALERT’s mission is to maintain a trained, dedicated group of volunteers to assist our community and its public safety departments in times of need; serve as a source for education about emergency preparedness and prevention; and provide a valuable resource for the community through the continuous training and involvement of our members.
Applewood Learning CenterThe Applewood Learning Center, in active participation with the family, is dedicated to guiding each child successfully through the journey of early childhood -  from infancy through the schoolage years.
Blind Lemon AidBlind Lemon Aid's mission is to strengthen the hope of the future by helping people, promoting compassion and happiness, first and foremost for the homeless and hungry, but ultimately for all people. Goals of the organization are to provide relief to the poor, the homeless, the distressed, and the underprivileged through its fundraising activities; to engage in other activities related to educating the public about issues concerning the poor, homeless, distressed and underprivileged; to help identify what particular areas and/or segments of New England communities are in need of relief with regards to poor, homeless, distressed or underprivileged individuals or families.
Friends of Londonderry HockeyThe Friends of Londonderry Hockey (FOLH) consists of parents, student athletes, and members of the community. The organization promotes and supports the development of ice hockey programs in Londonderry. The fundraising proceeds are used for equipment purchases and to provide funds for additional operational expenses associated with the Londonderry High School and Middle School hockey programs. The organization also promotes the development of student athletes by offering annual scholarship awards to graduating seniors who demonstrate academic excellence, as well as athletic achievement.
Granite State BaseballThe Granite State Baseball Association provides New Hampshire baseball players between the ages of 13 and 16 the opportunity to play baseball during the summer months.  Prior to the GSBA's Summer Wood Bat League, NH ballplayers had limited options for playing baseball once they moved up to the 90 foot diamond.  They could choose costly Travel Teams, attempt to find tournaments in other State or just not play ball past the Middle School, High School and Town League seasons. 
Kids Coop TheatreKids Coop Theatre was organized to provide a venue for children to showcase their abilities as actors, with the knowledge that the only way a child can soar is by giving them the opportunity to spread their wings.
Londonderry Athletic & Field AssociationLAFA provides the youth of Londonderry the opportunity to participate in organized baseball and softball. All equipment, uniforms, field maintenance and improvements are funded by team sponsorships, league registrations, individual donations and revenue from our concession stand. The objective of LAFA is to improve and refine player's skills, encourage sportsmanship, and develop an enjoyment for baseball and softball. LAFA is a volunteer run organization dependent on parent participation for successful operation.
Londonderry Basketball ClubThe Londonderry Basketball Club (LBC) was formed to provide the youth of Londonderry an opportunity to learn and play the game of basketball. LBC has been sanctioned by the Town of Londonderry to be responsible to organize, fund and operate both the recreation and travel programs for the town. The overall goal of LBC is to provide an appropriate basketball experience for all levels of ability. The organization stresses sportsmanship, teamwork and enjoyment in both the recreational and travel programs.  They receive no direct funding from the Town of Londonderry. The programs, equipment, uniforms and referees are self-funded through tournaments and participation fees. It is their goal to provide instruction and enjoyment to each child and to help them reach their full potential.
Londonderry Blue Lions Cheerleading OrganizationThe Londonderry Blue Lions Cheerleading Organization is made up of recreational competitive cheer teams. The organization currently provides cheerleading alternatives for children in grades 3 – 9. Through the participation and instruction in the sport of cheerleading, the organization will promote the ideas of good sportsmanship, personal integrity and accountability, team cooperation and community activities.
Londonderry United Soccer ClubThe Londonderry United Soccer Club is a competitive travel soccer program for boys and girls ages 7-18. The organization is dedicated to providing the community with a positive youth soccer environment. LUSC is affiliated with the US Youth Soccer Association, NH Soccer Association, Granite State Youth Soccer League, and FC Greater Boston Bolts. They also participate in the Early Development Program (EDP), a coalition of towns supporting small-sided soccer, with a focus on fun and skills development for young players.
Londonderry Friends of MusicThe Londonderry Friends of Music Organization, FOM, is a vibrant organization, committed to supporting the music programs at Londonderry High School and throughout the Londonderry School District. The organization supports the High School's Lancer Marching Band, Orchestra, Jazz Band, Chorus, and Middle School Music.
Londonderry High School Parent Teacher Student OrganizationThe PTSO supports Londonderry High School academics, athletics, the arts, and social activities. It is an informational resource and provides a forum for Londonderry High School parents, students, teachers and administrators to exchange information and ideas.
Londonderry Historical SocietyThe Londonderry Historical Society was formed in 1956 and incorporated in 1968 as an organization dedicated to the preservation of the Town’s past and has been collecting and storing artifacts and bits of history for many years. The founding of the Society was organized after the loss of one of the town’s most pertinent pieces of history – the sale and relocation of the “Ocean Born Mary House”. One of its founding members was Melvin Watts to whom the Society and citizens of Londonderry owe a debt of gratitude for his foresight and help in preserving so many of the artifacts the Society still owns and enjoys displaying today.
Londonderry Lacrosse AssociationThe Londonderry Youth Lacrosse Association's goal is to promote, foster and encourage interest in and an appreciation of the sport of lacrosse throughout the community. The purpose is to encourage the players to participate to the best of their ability. Each child will be treated with respect and dignity by all adult volunteers within the organization. The children will be taught the game of lacrosse and will be given the opportunity to practice skills both at practices and during game time.
Londonderry TrailwaysLondonderry Trailways is an all-volunteer group of local citizens formed in 1999. The organization has approximately 130 families as members. Their goal is to increase and improve the availability of trails for low impact recreation and active transportation in Londonderry. The group is made up of citizen’s who are cyclists, walkers, hikers, cross country skiers, bird watchers, snowshoers, etc. The organization has a diverse list of interests.
Londonderry Youth Football and SpiritsLYFS is dedicated to providing the youth of Londonderry between the ages of 5 and 15 with the fundamentals of football and cheerleading in an atmosphere which stresses sportsmanship, teamwork, safety, education, and above all fun!
Londonderry Youth Soccer AssociationLondonderry Youth Soccer Association is a soccer league for youths ages 4-18. This recreational league has over 100 co-ed teams. The coaches of this league are the parents of players who know the game or are willing to learn the game of soccer through clinics and in-the-game training. Each player in this league is encouraged to learn the game of soccer based on experience, teamwork, spirit and good sportsmanship.
LostNMissing IncLostNMissing is an organization that assists law enforcement and the families of missing. The organization strives to help prevent loved ones from going missing and to bring awareness of those who are, by providing support to families, always at no charge.
Lydia Home FoundationOrganized in 1998, the Lydia Home Foundation provides housing for those who have labored faithfully on the mission field and are now ready to seek short-term rest from the rigors of missionary service. The organization also provides necessary supplies to missionary families while they are in the home.
Professional Fire Fighters of NHThe Professional Fire Fighters of New Hampshire is a fraternal organization dedicated to providing services and representation to fire fighters, emergency medical services personnel and retirees. The Professional Fire Fighters of New Hampshire shall provide to the International Association of Fire Fighters Locals, their membership and retirees, multifaceted services which encompass safety and health compensation, benefits and political action.